A purr-fectly rollicking adventure from superstars Donaldson & Scheffler!
Tabby McTat loves his life on the streets with his owner, Fred, singing (and caterwauling) for coins that people throw in Fred's hat. But one day, Fred is in an accident, and the two are separated! Will Tabby and Fred find their way back to each other?
From the creators of A Gold Star for Zog and Stick Man, Tabby McTat is a touching story of friendship, loyalty, singing - and kittens!
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Julia Donaldson is currently being honored as the UK Children's Laureate, and has written many bestselling picture books and novels for young readers. She lives in Glasgow, Scotland, with her husband, Malcolm.
Axel Scheffler's award-winning books include ROOM ON THE BROOM, THE SNAIL AND THE WHALE, and THE GRUFFALO. His illustrations have been published in more than thirty countries. He lives in London, England.
While American readers might struggle with the British term busker, they should quickly catch on to its meaning as it relates to a street musician, Fred, and his talented companion, Tabby McTat. Kids should also have no trouble tapping into the emotions of the pair when they become separated by circumstances. Tabby ends up with the better end of the stick in his solo career, having met a female cat that he starts a family with. Still he wonders about his former partner before the rollicking text reunites them—with a twist. This pleasant rhyming venture is illustrated by Scheffler with bright, detailed vignettes that carry the story from scene (Tabby “hiding the car keys under the mat”) to scene (“keeping the newspapers nice and flat”). A fun frolic about musical duos who aren’t quite the same without each other. Like their trademark tune, it all ends “PURRRR-fectly.” Preschool-Grade 2. --Karen Cruze
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